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  • Cross Country: Keith finishes 36th at state meet

    Corona del Mar High senior Spencer Keith put in a lot of extra work to make it to this year's CIF State Cross Country Championships. On early Saturday afternoon at Fresno's Woodward Park, Keith put in the work to stay with the pack early in the Division...
  • Briefs: Flag football available

    Flag football available The Laguna Beach City Youth Flag Football program is offering a winter season for youth grades 2-8. All games and clinics will be held at Laguna Beach High School's Guyer Field. All games will be played between 8 a.m. and noon on...
  • Blind Navy veteran sees himself as triathlete

    Within a year after an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan cost him his sight in September 2011, Navy Lt. Brad Snyder had won seven gold medals at the Warrior Games in Colorado Springs, Colo., as well as one silver and two gold medals at the...
  • Lacy off to fast start

    It’s been an impressive month for Calvary Christian cross country runner Joey Lacy. He won the Tunnel to Towers Fort Lauderdale 5K road race in 16:50, and this past weekend, he finished second in the 2A-1A race at the Spanish River Invitational in...
  • L.A. Marathon-ageddon: Bring it on

    L.A. Marathon-ageddon: Bring it on
    Each year, the city of Los Angeles clears a path through traffic-choked streets from east to west for a marathon that in March drew 24,000 runners. Now, a coalition of civic, business and political leaders wants to add another race on the same weekend...
  • Commentary: Of 'toe buddies,' podiatrists and ibuprofen

    A few years ago my doctor called me an "under-utilizer," which I took to mean I didn't use much medicine. Today I'm an ultra-utilizer. The podiatrist's "toe-buddy" encircles my big toe. Physical therapy tape lines the bottom of my foot, and marbles to...
  • Commentary: Surviving the L.A. Marathon – in an SUV

    Had a sobering experience the other day. Fellow runners Jill and Tony put me in the back seat of their big Suburban and wore me out driving the Los Angeles Marathon course. Tony drove, Jill's an excellent navigator, so I did nothing but sit on my...
  • 2013 Mount Dora Half Marathon

    2013 Mount Dora Half Marathon
    With great weather for a run, more than 1,300 runners took to the roads around downtown Mount Dora for the Second Annual Mount Dora Half Marathon and 5K on Sunday, December 15, 2013. About 2,000 spectators lined the roads to cheer on the runners,...
  • World Class' Harrison tops Level 10 gymnasts in Maryland invitational | Community news

    Taylor Harrison wouldn’t call it her best meet ever, but her performance at the prestigious Christmas on the Chesapeake Gymnastics Invitational in Baltimore definitely ranked as an unforgettable accomplishment. For starters, the World Class...
  • Daily Press All-Stars: York's Dawson Connell | Boys cross country

    Daily Press All-Stars: York's Dawson Connell |  Boys cross country
    York's Dawson Connell was blunt, calling his 2012 cross country season "mediocre." He said he had trouble getting mentally ready to train and said he wasn't in good enough shape to run a 5-kilometer race the way he wanted. All that changed in 2013....
  • Daily Press All-Stars: Peninsula Catholic's Molly McKenna | Girls cross country

    Daily Press All-Stars: Peninsula Catholic's Molly McKenna |  Girls cross country
    Molly McKenna's goal when this cross country season began was simple. She wanted to help Peninsula Catholic's girls win their third straight VISAA Division II state championship. McKenna had been an integral part of those first two teams after...